Jordan’s location makes having drones necessary Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) writes.
The program is under scrutiny after a general said "four or five" fighters were in Syria.
Lawmakers are slogging away on a compromise defense policy bill.
Gay rights groups heralded the news and urged Congress to confirm him swiftly.
Rep. Michael McCaul would like to increase Congress's role in responding to the refugee crisis.
"Just as with any legal instrument, signing matters," said Rep. Mike Pompeo.
A final decision has not been reached on the request, AP reports.
Calls are mounting for Senate Leader Mitch McConnell to end the filibuster.
The Defense secretary is "actively engaged" on policy with Russia, the Pentagon said.
The nuclear deal presents a "historically important opportunity," Sen. Chris Coons said.
Female members of the House Armed Services Committee introduced a resolution Thursday.
There are now 115 detainees left at the facility.
Rep. John Kline is concerned that the military is "withholding information."
The move could spark fears of critics that the Iran deal makes it easy to cheat.
The issue is pitting the Marine Corps against its own service secretary.
“Our people respect the American people," Hassan Rouhani said.
Russia is poised to begin air operations against ISIS in Syrian airspace.
Grassley wants to know how State handled allegations against a former diplomat.
The two countries could soon be operating against ISIS in Syrian airspace.
House lawmakers want the Defense Department to take a new anonymous survey.
The warning comes as the Obama administration plans to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees.
"We will be gathering folks together who have been part of that study," said Rep. Susan Davis.
The vote was the last the Senate will take ahead of Thursday's deadline to stop the deal.
A source told NPR it is easier to include good news in reports than bad news.